Years: 1982-2000
Teams: Clippers, Bucks, Spurs, SuperSonics, 76ers, Knicks, Warriors
He averaged a double-double as a 21-year-old rookie for the lowly San Diego Clippers in 1982-83, but it's for his leading role on two on the cusp teams that Terry Cummings is best remembered. He averaged 20+ PPG for the Bucks during their playoff runs to the Eastern Conference Finals in 1986, and EC Semis in 1987, and put up nearly 25 and 10 alongside rookie David Robinson for the 1990 Spurs team that stretched the eventual conference champion Trail Blazers to seven games in the Western Conference Semis that year. He suited up for 110 career playoff games, playing significant minutes as a 35-year-old for the Pacific Division-winning SuperSonics in 1997.